Plant Details: Indian Grave Mountain Mint
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Indian Grave Mountain Mint
This recently found new species was discovered in middle Georgia by native plant enthusiast/guru Jim Rodgers and introduced in to the trade by Nearly Native Nursery in the summer of 2003. Indian grave mint prefers xeric (dry) sunny conditions and sports light lavender flowers late August through October. It resembles a dwarf version of Georgia Basil but, flowers more profusely with a low open growth habit. This new species is easy to grow and is a reliable performer. A truly nice semi evergreen small shrub which matures to 16"High x 3'Wide.
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